Trees are nature’s silent witnesses, standing tall and strong through the seasons, offering shade, beauty, and ecological benefits. In Amityville, NY, the presence of these green giants adds intrinsic value to properties and uplifts the community spirit. At Green Light Tree Services, we understand the importance of maintaining and caring for these natural wonders. With a rich legacy and dedication to quality, Green Light Tree Services is proud to serve residents and businesses in Amityville, NY, and the surrounding Suffolk County.
Our commitment extends beyond simple tree care. We are passionate about providing sustainable solutions that ensure the health and beauty of your trees and contribute positively to our environment. When you choose Green Light Tree Services, you choose a partner that treats your trees as their own. With our trained experts, state-of-the-art equipment, and customer-first approach, we guarantee unparalleled service every single time.
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Every tree is unique, and so are its needs. Residents of Suffolk County and Amityville, NY can vouch for the diverse range of tree species and the different care they demand. At Green Light Tree Services, we provide a comprehensive range of tree services tailored to meet these specific needs.
With Green Light Tree Services, residents of Suffolk County can rest assured that their trees are in safe hands. We not only promise excellence but deliver it consistently.
In an era where the environment faces numerous challenges, sustainable tree care has never been more critical. Green Light Tree Services is at the forefront of implementing practices that are efficient and environmentally friendly. For us, every tree in Amityville, NY, and the wider Suffolk County is a testament to nature’s beauty, and we strive to maintain this beauty most sustainably.
Our methods reduce waste, utilize eco-friendly products, and prioritize the health of the tree and its surroundings. We believe in educating our clients, providing them with insights and best practices to ensure their green spaces flourish in the long run.
Partnering with Green Light Tree Services means achieving the best for your trees and contributing to a greener, healthier Amityville, NY. Join us in our journey to ensure that our green giants continue to grace our landscapes for generations to come.
Huntington settlers first visited the Amityville area in 1653 due to its location to a source of salt hay for use as animal fodder. Chief Wyandanch granted the first deed to land in Amityville in 1658. The area was originally called Huntington West Neck South (it is on the Great South Bay and Suffolk County, New York border in the southwest corner of what once called Huntington South), but is now the Town of Babylon. According to village lore, the name was changed in 1846 when residents were working to establish its new post office. The meeting turned into bedlam and one participant was to exclaim, “What this meeting needs is some amity”. Another version says the name was first suggested by mill owner Samuel Ireland to name the town for his boat, the Amity.Panoramic map of Amityville from 1925 with list of landmarks and images of several inset
The place name is strictly speaking an incidental name, marking an amicable agreement on the choice of a place name. The village was formally incorporated on March 3, 1894. In the early 1900s, Amityville was a popular tourist destination with large hotels on the bay and large homes. Annie Oakley was said to be a frequent guest of vaudevillian Fred Stone. Will Rogers had a home across Clocks Boulevard from Stone. Gangster Al Capone also had a house in the community. Congregants began holding meeting for St. Mary’s Church in 1886, building a Chapel in 1888 by Wesley Ketcham under Rev. James H Noble and the church was consecrated in 1889, pre-dating the town incorporation.
Amityville has been a sister city with Le Bourget, France since 1979.Learn more about Amityville.